The sailor boy, or The first and last voyage of little Andrew
Topics Children's stories
, Seafaring life -- Juvenile fiction.
, Voyages and travels -- Juvenile fiction.
, Boys -- Juvenile fiction.
, Child labor -- Juvenile fiction.
, Orphans -- Juvenile fiction.
, Grandmothers -- Juvenile fiction.
, Juvenile literature -- 1860.
, Chapbooks -- 1860.
, Boxed sets (Publishing)
, Printed wrappers (Binding)
, Relief prints.
, Bookplates (Provenance) -- MWA
, Miniature books (Printing) -- Portland -- 1865.
, Chapbooks -- Specimens.
, Chapbooks -- Maine -- Portland -- 19th century
, McGill University Library Digitized Title
, McGill Library's Chapbook Collection
, Seafaring life
, Voyages and travels
, Child labor
McGill University Library
16 p. : ill. ; 95 mm.
At head of wrapper: 10
According to extant directories, Bailey & Noyes published in Portland, Me. between 1860 and at least 1875
In printed wrapper
First sentence: "In a village in Hampshire, there lived a little boy, named Andrew, who having lost his parents, while he was very young, was kindly cherished and comfortably maintained, by an aged grandmother, who often sent him in to the town, which was a sea-port, to sell the stockings which the dame so well could knit."
Copy in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections: bound with The two goats and the sick monkey. Portland [Me.]:Bailey & Noyes,[not before 1860?]. Bound together subsequent to publication with 11 other chapbooks; bound in brown calf, gilt lettering. I. Mackenzie. Montreal. Feb/59. $27.50. Jo Ann Reisler, Vienna, Virginia - '91 - $275.00. Given to McGill summer 2001
Includes 6 woodcuts